A Guide to Food Labels

For the average person, reading labels can be complicated. Since consumers are becoming more health-conscious than ever, many companies are marketing their products to be healthier than they truly are. Consequentially, many consumers are purchasing food products that are not as healthy as they believe.

Study Shows How Sugar Causes Cancer

According to the New Hampshire Depart of Health and Human Services, the average American consumes 152 pounds of sugar annually, which equates to three pounds weekly [1]. Ironically, although sugar is generally known to be harmful to human health in general, hospitals consistently offer their patients this cancer-causing substance, along with a high-carbohydrate diet.

Acne and Lifestyle: How to Lessen Its Effects

Acne vulgaris, also called hormonal acne or adult acne, affects people worldwide. The disease has exhibited a global distribution and has continued to increase in prevalence over time within the worldwide population, and this continued growth represents an unmet dermatologic need. According to research, hormonal acne will affect up to 80% of all people at some point between the ages of eleven and thirty [1] [2] [3].

Nine Unknown Facts About Fluoride

Fluoride is commonly accepted as a beneficial substance and necessary for proper oral health. However, when an individual realized human beings do not require fluoride for health, and people are never fluoride deficient, these assumptions and beliefs begin to fall apart. Oral health is easily maintainable without fluoride treatment in water and the ingredient in toothpaste.

How to Make the Vaccine Awareness Movement More Effective

I have spent much time researching the contemporary issue of mandatory vaccination and written many articles concerning the subject. We have examined the various safety concerns about continuous vaccinations and chronic immune stimulation. Further, we have investigated why, from the liberty and personal freedom perspective, mandatory and compulsory vaccination is antithetical to American values.

Increasing Leftist, Corporate, and Parental Support for the Hypersexualization of Children

The drag queen Lil Miss Hot Mess came out, wearing a white sequined tunic dress and matching heels, bright-pink tights, and a curly auburn wig. She [he] put on black owlish reading glasses, sat on a folding chair, and addressed her audience: “Can everyone say, ‘When I grow up, I want to be a drag queen’?”

Three Natural Compounds That Are as Powerful as Drugs

While some supplements, vitamins, and plant compounds have only been slightly studied and investigated, certain compounds have been thoroughly researched and been so effective that they are comparable to pharmaceutical drugs. In this article, we will review three natural, health-promoting supplements that are as powerful as drugs. *